Ever started a concept/ drawing with full faith that you'll finish it? You ran through the concept for the first few steps and then it hits you- an obstacle. You let it rest for a while to see if you can see it from a different vantage point but no matter what you do it is right there and stares right in your face. That so called plateau becomes a stagnant platform, you can't see things after it and the fear of the unknown keeps you glued to your position, yet you know that there is much more you can offer and expect from the world at large.
Concept by Milkduster
Being stuck is not unique, but how we respond to each situation as an individual is quite unique. You may choose to handle the problem head on and leave no stone unturned to find a way around it or you may seek above you (from a better artist) for guidance, or you may even roll up into a snowball and spend time by yourself in quite contemplation trying to sort the matter out.
Monster Trainer #1 by Studiomouette
One of the aim of this group is to empower and educate more leaders of tomorrow so we can all be better equipped to take our vision and ideas to the world without hesitating. We do that by throwing ourself in the deep end, having the knowledge that we have enough support around us to guide and protect us. One of the issues that we discussed at the last ConceptWorld meeting surrounded the need for artists to recognise the two different paths that come together to make an all rounded artist.
The surface by Chris-Karbach
Skills and talents are something we've harnessed over the years, you just have to look at the quality of the work in our folders to see how gifted/ skilled/ talented most of the artist are. Yet, we also know that not all of them have the confidence to go out there and sell there artwork for the highest rate possible. We recognised a need for us to focus on two sides of the coin, one side has the skill/ talent and other has the leadership/ entrepreneurship engrained onto it. Since we have no shortage of skills in this group we are starting to shift our attention to leadership side. Giving artists the tools and a safe environment to build and craft their leadership skills.
Wind City by Min-Nguen
We are doing this by asking you to take part (regardless of your experience/ knowledge) as a martial for a field that you can make a difference in: Voter Master
: (2 positions)
As part of this role you'd be helping various artist progress their way to the top of their own ladder. If you have a keen eye for detail and a humble heart for helping others this role is for you.
Benefits for you:
- The ability to communicate with people from different walks of life
- Make a real difference in someone's life, specially if they're just starting out
- You'll have a keen sense for whats good and whats not in the art arena
- Sorting through a selection of images that come through to us everyday
- Guiding artists on the appropriate next step to take
- Featuring artists that really make the mark
Ready to take part?
- Get in touch with our Voter Master :icongourger.: and let him know why you'll be interested
Mooncrest- Marketing Artwork by acapulc0 Contest co-host
As a Contest co-host you'll be working alongside
who's been running successful contests for over 1 year and have a track record of commitment and excellence. If challenges/ contests/ working with champions excite you, this role is for you.
Benefits for you:
- Organisation skills
- Communications skills
- You'll become excellent at event managing
-Guiding participants through every stage of the contest
-Supporting the newcomers and pushing the advanced participants
-Sorting images into folders and keeping things organised
-Promoting the contest
Ready to take part?
- Get in touch with our Contest Chair
and let her know why you have what it takes to work with her?
Admitted the Friday Feature is all about the artist and their work, this time however we decided to add a leadership spin to help us find the right talent that can help guide this ship in the right direction and help all the members in the long run.